Source: http://www.sing365.com

Winter Moon
   ------Mindy Gledhill

Under boughs of evergreen,
We find a hiding spot.
While the other children play,
We praying we don't get caught.
Hide 'n seeking all the day
On and on into the night,
'Til we start a snowball fight

Beneath the winter moon

I remember when I fell for you.
So delicious but so devious,
When you stole that kiss in my living room.
Now you're gone, in the city livin' on your own
But every snowfall I will think of you
And the love we knew 'neath the winter moon

On the A.M. radio, they're playing Christmas songs
So horrendously off key, you loudly sing- along
Cider simmers on the stove,
Reading Dickins' by the glow
of the light that lingers through the window

Winter Moon

I remember when I fell for you.
So delicious but so devious,
When you stole that kiss in my living room.
Now you're gone, in the city livin' on your own
But every snowfall I will think of you
And the love we knew 'neath the winter moon

Sometimes I call upon the stars,
To listen to my aching heart.
The piano plays a wistful tune.
About the days we would swoon.

Beneath the winter moon

I remember when I fell for you.
So delicious but so devious,
When you stole that kiss in my living room.
Now you're gone, in the city livin' on your own
But every snowfall I will think of you
And the love we knew 'neath the winter moon

Every snowfall I will think of you
And the love we knew,
'neath the winter moon.